Moose Antler Chews

Our RidgeRunner Moose Antler Chews are sourced straight from the wilds of Alaska. All our moose antlers are naturally shed from wild free roaming moose. RidgeRunner offers three styles of moose antler for your pup depending on their chewing habits. The base of the moose antler, including the tines, is some of the densest antler available. The base portion has a thick outer bone core and the marrow inside is also quite dense...great for the toughest chewing dogs out there. On the flip side, the paddle portion of the moose is a softer chew with marrow exposed on multiple parts of the antler. These softer paddle pieces are perfect for lighter chewing dogs, puppies, older dogs and occasional chewers.


Are moose antler chews healthy for my dog?

Our all natural Alaskan moose antler chews contain many essential minerals that are great for your pups health and they also scrape tartar buildup from their teeth. Our antlers are completely natural and untreated making them a terrific alternative to most other store bought chews. Antler chews are long lasting and if properly sized to your dog, should not splinter. Instead they are slowly ground down as your dog chews them. Wild canines (as well as many other animals) have relied on shed antlers to get essential minerals since the beginning of time...add a little "wild" back into your dog's diet.

Which part of the antler is best for my dog?

The densest part of our Moose antler chews comes from the base of the antler. These denser pieces are great for the toughest chewers that need more of a challenge. The paddle portion of the antler has a thinner out core and more marrow making these a softer chew for less aggressive chewers, older dogs or puppies. The paddle pieces are a step up in density from our split elk antlers since the marrow is not fully exposed, but still a nice softer chew.

What Antler Size Should I Get?

Not sure which size of our antler chews will be best for your pup? Check out our handy Antler Sizing Guide. If your dog's weight is on the edge of two antler chew sizes we suggest erring on the next size up. You should also factor in your dog's chewing temperament as well...pop up a size or two if you have a frequent and vigorous chewer in your pack. Smaller dogs can always tackle a larger chew but an undersized chew for a large and aggressive chewer won't last long at all. As always, we are happy to answer any questions you may have about any of our elk antlers for sale. Feel free to reach out for more information